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CBS
Aug 25, 2013 7:00pm PDT
faces has gotten 100 times better, a million times faster, and exponentially cheaper. >> to use face recognition, use the color-coded button on your remote. >> stahl: facial recognition is already in some of our home appliances like tvs. >> hi, tv. >> stahl: and big business is free to do this kind of surveillance, while government has all kind of restrictions. >> joseph atick: what's unique about face recognition is the fact that you can do it surreptitiously, from a distance, and continually. >> stahl: it can happen, we don't even know. >> atick: that's the point. >> cooper: the nile crocodile can grow up to 20 feet long and weighs as much as a car. they are patient and stealthy killers that drag their prey into the water, where they drown and dismember them. hundreds of people are killed every year. why would we go diving with them? to learn more about africa's largest and most feared predator face to face. >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm lesley stahl. >> i'm morley safer. >> i'm lara logan. >> i'm anderson cooper. >> i'm scott pelley. those stories tonight on "60 minutes." hey love. [
CBS
Aug 25, 2013 7:00pm EDT
least we'll know what to wear. >> farmer's almanac told us. we are done here. keep in mind on fox sports 1 you can stay on oh for the must see mielts. spots sports live. a fun time. don't miss it. we'll be back monday through friday for fox football daily at 6:00 eastern time. this week we have two of the best in the league. demarcus ware tomorrow and on wednesday we'll go one on one with j.j. watt. our preseason coverage is done here at fox. next time we see you on the network will be the regular season. so for pi partners jay glazer, randy moss, and our entire fox sports crew, curt menefee saying good night. see you on fox sports 1.  d'oh. (grunts) (thunder booming) "in this exciting strategy game, "you amass resources-- timber, salt fish and wax-- "to fund the syndicate to gain influence with the doges of venice." doges? why do we have to play this stupid game lisa likes? i don't like this game. nobody likes this game. even the kids on the box look bored. they're miserable. we have to do something until the storm passes. now, just fill out these customs forms, and we ca
CBS
Aug 18, 2013 7:00pm PDT
captioning funded by cbs and ford-- built for the road ahead. >> as you send us your bombs, we will send you ours. >> logan: by the time of his death, anwar al-awlaki was at the top of the u.s. terrorist kill list. >> jihad against america is binding upon myself, just as it is binding on every other able muslim. >> logan: he had become the operational leader of al qaeda in yemen and was in the midst of planning more attacks. morten storm was one of the few people awlaki trusted. what he didn't know was that storm had become a double agent. ♪ ♪ >> pelley: this looks like an arena concert, but it's a private party for the super- rich. the robin hood foundation's annual fund-raiser seats 4,000. >> brothers and sisters of robin hood... >> pelley: billionaires, stars and athletes are here to lay credit cards at the feet of paul tudor jones. >> the risk is not doing it. >> pelley: so, what is this modern-day robin hood doing with all this money? that's our story tonight. >> simon: this is called lung packing, and william truebridge is doing it to attempt something known as a free dive
CBS
Aug 18, 2013 7:00pm EDT
working stiffs here. anything you tell us right now stays between us. please. you're putting me in a lousy position. let's try it like this-- what do you feel comfortable telling us? nothing, but that's not an option, is it? it's good you have a sense of humor about it. all right. there was some sort of crisis with the bank. mr. sternman and his son edward, mr. lewis they'd been arguing constantly the last two weeks. eames: what kind of crisis? i'm not sure. i overheard something about, uh... calling in loans, insolvency. sounds like a cash crunch. whatever it was, it was affecting mr. sternman's health. that's all i can tell you. it's a lot. ( phone ringing ) that's my wife. she calls me when she's on break at the hospital. excuse me. i did a news search of the sternman bank. nothing about a financial crisis. if they were in a cash crunch and trying to raise money, you figure somebody's going to notice. if you're looking on wall street, sure, but there's other places to raise money. woman: now, sternman holdings-- that's their real estate company. they put out a prospectus. goren,
CBS
Aug 4, 2013 7:00pm PDT
terms, not ours. that's how our system works. e-trade. less for us. more for you. that's how our system works. ♪ you're not made of money, so don't overpay for boat insurance. geico, see how much you could save. >> stahl: in the wars in iraq and afghanistan, our soldiers have been waging what's known as counterinsurgency. they're supposed to be both warriors and community builders, going village to village driving out insurgents while winning the hearts and minds of the population. but counterinsurgency has had mixed results at best. we met a green beret who is finding out in his job as a police officer that the strategy might actually have a better chance of working right here at home in the u.s.a. call him and his fellow officers counterinsurgency cops. as we first reported in may, they're not fighting al qaeda or the taliban, but street gangs and drug dealers in one of the most crime-ridden cities in new england. >> mike cutone: turning now, turning now on orchard. >> stahl: mike cutone is a massachusetts state trooper, part of a special unit targeting gang crime in the city of spr
CBS
Aug 18, 2013 7:00pm EDT
? randy moss, gives us a clue. number 18, your rookieiary? >> my rookie year, neat. >> why are you wearing a mock turtle neck? >> it's a fashion statement. i can do it as a rookie, can't i? >> i think that hairstyle was out in '94. >> bringing it back. >> let's get to today's game and we want to talk about the colts and the giants. start with you, brian, you got a chance to play andrew luck in the regular season. won the game easily, but talk about how he's progressed since that day. >> i don't think you realize how big he is, 6'4" mine backer playing quarterback. moving around really well. >> couldn't fool him later on. >> no, he got better, obviously. >> seems every other year, the giants make the playoffs, is this the year they bounce back? >> the east is an anything division. what dallas did with monty, you expect them to be better. rg3 going, everything that's going on in washington. easy for new york to fly under the radar. this is a division where i think every single team could win ten games, or is not going to win ten, but every one could win eight. >> if rg3's knee holds
CBS
Aug 11, 2013 7:00pm PDT
tell us that every drug being used in the united states is safe and effected. >> no, i really cannot. >> stahl: she is the fifth richest self-made billionaire woman in the world. she's pointing out her building. with her partner husband, she has built more of beijing than almost any emperor in china's history. >> china produced more self-made billionaires than any other country in the world. >> stahl: while xin's fortune has been made on office buildings, china may be sitting on a residential and retail real estate bubble. where is the proof? we found what are known as "ghost cities." look at these brand new towers with no residents, desolate condos and vacant subdivisions uninhabited for miles and miles and miles. tonight, two stories that provide a rare window into china. >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm leslie stahl. >> i'm morley safer. >> i'm bob simon. >> i'm lara logan. >> i'm scott pelley. those stories tonight on "60 minutes." [ male announcer ] it's time. time to have new experiences with a familiar keyboard. to update our status without opening an app. to have all our mes
CNBC
Aug 26, 2013 9:00pm EDT
? to own the internet? >> well, think about it like this. people--if they can use a product of any category--photos, music, tv, anything--either by themselves or with their friends... >> mm-hmm. >> i think most of the time, people want to do those things with their friends, so-- >> so is the answer "yes"? [ticking] you describe bill gates in very harsh terms. um, you've described him as being quite abusive. i mean, it's not a pretty picture. >> and i felt like when i wrote it, i should just tell it like it happened, in an unvarnished way, warts and all. >> you'll hear how the two high school buddies who started microsoft and a computer revolution had some pretty trying times along the way. do you think he came to think that you weren't working as hard as he was and it became a source of resentment with him? >> well, i think he was always pushing people to work as hard as they possibly could. >> you included. >> um, maybe me more than everybody else. >> you talk about his yelling--screaming. >> uh, there was a lot of yelling. >> you guys never understood! you never understood the fi
CNBC
Aug 4, 2013 8:00pm EDT
head at us. i went into a state of panic. they were there for four hours, with their weapons, firing shots toward the ceiling. one hundred girls and boys were with me. the children did not scream. they were in shock. >> did they said anything to you? >> no. their language was death. their message was that if they could do this to children, they could do it to me. >> as the atrocities piled up all across the country, chiquita continued to make the payments to the paramilitaries, viewing itself as a victim of the violence, not a facilitator. but all of that changed in 2001 when the u.s. government designated the paramilitaries a terrorist organization, making any kind of financial assistance to the group, coerced or otherwise, a felony. yet chiquita continued to make the payments for another two years, claiming it missed the government's announcement. it was in the newspapers. it was in the cincinnati enquirer, which is where your company headquarters is. it was in the new york times. i mean, this is a big part of your business, doing business in colombia. how did you miss it? >> well,
CNBC
Aug 11, 2013 8:00pm EDT
top secret stuff, but we got to keep that between us. >> you always do. >> so you're all business. i think of you as mr. indoors. >> you've got it. >> i got it. so here you have this son. >> i know. >> he's a farmer. he's outdoors. he's down in the dirt. are you sure he's your son? >> well, i think that's worth checking out. you'll have a big exclusive. >> well, he is really different. explain that. >> well, he likes not only farming. he likes machinery too. i mean, i think he likes doing big things, you know, moving dirt. he just is happiest when he's working hard. i'm happiest when i'm just kind of sitting around watching football. >> howard's different in another way. he's an active, hands-on philanthropist who visits up to 20 countries a year. the howard g. buffett foundation focuses on world hunger, spending $50 million a year on projects like feeding programs in ethiopia and agriculture education in afghanistan. and he records it all through the lens of his own camera. >> you all of a sudden begin to kind of look around, and you notice there's a lot of people around that don't
CNBC
Aug 18, 2013 11:00pm EDT
that i think every lawyer who's watching this is asking himself or herself. why are you giving us an interview right after you've been indicted? it's pretty unusual. >> so my lawyer tells me. [ chuckles ] >> well, he's approving of this, isn't he? >> he is. i have a story to tell. i'm innocent. i need people to understand what happened, and i'm glad to have this chance to do it. >> her story involves the investigation into who from the board was leaking confidential information to the press about corporate strategy, hp's interest in buying another tech company, even deliberations over who they would hire as c.e.o. >> the idea that the most sensitive discussions of the board would end up on the front page of the wall street journal was destructive. it destroyed the trust between people, and if they don't trust each other, they can't function as a board. >> a majority of the board asked dunn to initiate a leak inquiry, which soon ran amuck... [ camera shutters clicking ] ...and has made her the public face of one of corporate america's biggest scandals. >> we're here on a troubled day.
CNBC
Aug 20, 2013 12:00am EDT
us about the idea behind wikileaks and the prospect of facing criminal charges in the united states. i mean, you've been called a lot of names. you've been characterized as a hero and as a villain, a martyr, terrorist. >> i'm not yet a martyr. >> right. >> let's keep it that way. >> for now, julian assange is holed up on this bucolic 600-acre english estate with an ankle bracelet, a 10:00 curfew, and a slow internet connection. he declined to talk to us about the allegations in sweden on the advice of his attorney but proclaims he is innocent. well, i suppose if you have to be under house arrest, there could be worse places. >> well, it's a gilded cage. it's still a cage. but when you are forced to stay somewhere against your will, it does become something that you want to leave. >> it's a radical departure from the lifestyle that the peripatetic internet muckraker is used to: bounding from city to city, country to country, and regularly changing his cell phones, hair styles, and general appearance he says to elude surveillance and avoid being killed, kidnapped, or arrested. and the
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